www.johnopenshaw.org Find out all about the John Openshaw Society (JOS) located in Houston, Texas (USA). There name is derived from "The Five Orange Pips" where Sherlock Holmes
discovers the bad guys to be sailing away from England in the Barque Lone Star
(a three masted sailing ship bearing the flag of Texas).
Updated links for The poorfolk upon the moors:
Website: www.poorfolk.co.uk, e-mail: email@example.com
The Undershaw Preservation Trust (UPT)
Mark Gatiss, co-creator of the BBC TV series "Sherlock", has accepted the post of Patron of the Undershaw Preservation Trust. He visited Hindhead on Friday 11 February to meet John Gibson, the Director of the Trust, and Lynn Gale, the Assistant Director, for the first time.
BAFTA for Jeremy Brett: Learn all about the current campaign to have the late British actor, Jeremy Brett, nominated for a posthumous BAFTA Award.
The Crew of the S.S. May Day: Northern Ireland's Sherlock Holmes Society have recently launched their website - containing news, articles, polls and a forum. We'd recommend taking a look especially those of you in Northern Ireland.
The Bimetallic Question was founded in May 1979 by two Montreal Sherlockians, David Dowse and Wilfrid de Freitas. They were each looking for others with whom they could share their interest in Holmes, his biographer Watson, their scribe Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and, generally, all things concerning Victorian England.
The Noble And Most Singular Order Of The Blue Carbuncle located in Portland, Oregon USA has a new web site and address - please be amongst the first to visit the new site: The Noble and Most Singular Order of the Blue Carbuncle
Sherlock Holmes Society member Christopher Jones has recently launched the following website with examples of his graphic illustrations: www.sherlockholmespage.co.uk/
The web portal about the Great Detective: Sherlockian.Net
The Friends of the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection at the Toronto Public
The Bootmakers of Toronto -- The Sherlock Holmes Society of Canada:http://www.sherlockian.net/bootmakers/
This is a Bertram Fletcher Robinson (1870 - 1907) tribute site that will also enable users to buy any of the 300 or
so items that he either wrote or edited in due course. In 1901 Bertram Fletcher Robinson assisted Arthur Conan Doyle with the general plot and local details for the Hound of the Baskervilles, having met him on a ship returning from South Africa.
Eventually, this website will also list biographical details about BFR's family, friends and work etc.
You will want to note that the Sherlock Holmes pub in Northumberland Street, Charing Cross has just reopened after a full and excellent refurbishment. Furniture, floors, toilets, wallpaper, curtains have all been replaced. The lighting's finally been fixed in the exhibition cases in the bar. And the Baker Street sitting-room now looks as it was intended to - as if Holmes and Watson have just popped out and will be back any minute.
The Irregular Special Players
Sherlock Holmes Murder Mystery Events. This group of Holmesians writes and
performs its own plots for clubs, hotels, restaurants, weddings, private parties, masonic festivals, training courses, corporate events etc. A speciality is the performance of murders on preserved railways which the group has been doing since 1992.
Breese Books (Murder Mystery)
Breese Books is the world's largest publisher of Sherlock Holmes pastiche
books with around 40 titles in print. Among the authors who write for Breese Books are Val Andrews, Eddie Maguire, John Hall and Roger Jaynes. All the books are written by Holmesians for Holmesians.
This group of experts have for the past 12 years been offering murder
mystery tours and walks. Subjects undertaken include Sherlock Holmes, Poirot, Inspector Morse, Midsomer Murders and Jack the Ripper. As the tours are all bespoke they can be for any size group and are tailored to individual requirements.
Hansom Cab Books
A small internet based company providing rare, second hand & out of print
books on a variety of subjects from Sherlock Holmes to London topology.
The Baker Street Journal - Sherlockian scholarship
The Baker Street Blog
The Conan Doyle (Crowborough) Establishment
NEW! Cercle Littéraire de l'Escarboucle Bleue
le secrétaire : jp cabot
There is a Swedish Holmes society, The Baskerville Hall Club of Sweden - www.sherlockholmes.se. The material is still only in Swedish, but there are plans to have English too.
New! - The Baker Street Fellowship can now be contacted by email firstname.lastname@example.org
New! - The Sherlock Holmes society of India
Films, TV and other media
VV341 - The Valley of Fear" - The site lists all UK produced audio dramatisations of the original ACD Canon and known locations of the recordings.
The Tourist’s Sherlock Holmes: A Not So Elementary List of Filming Locations
One Voice Recordings - Sherlock Holmes Audio Books from David Ian Davies
Foreign language sites
Uno Studio in Holmes (Italiano)
Eureka! dijo Sherlock (in Spanish)
Sherlock Holmes International (Français)
Sherlock Holmes International (Español)
Sherlock Holmes International (Deutsch)
Sherlock Holmes International (Italiano)
Sherlock Holmes International (Danish)
Sherlock Holmes International (Japanese)
Les Dix Sept Marches
Sherlock Holmes Movie Page (German)
Sherlock Holmes - 221 B Baker Street (Barcelona, catalan)Pubs, Restaurants, Walks and Activities
The Sherlock Holmes Public House & Restaurant
Sherlock Holmes Murder Mystery Events WebsitePublications The Baker Street Journal The Strand Magazine
The Universal Sherlock Holmes
The Victorian Web
The Sherlock Holmes Chronicles - All the books, cross-referenced, advanced searching, dialog searching, a full concordance and more!
An excellent well arranged site to help find a myriad of information and weblinks concerning Holmes and ACD.
Further to the Dancing in the Moonlight book launch, here are the addresses of a couple of Jeremy Brett internet discussion groups, the main topic of discussion is Jeremy rather than Holmes, but there's clearly an overlap - lots of sharing of thoughts on various Granada episodes etc. link 1, link 2
Société Sherlock Holmes de France
email : email@example.com
Sherlockian Who's Who
email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Editions Mycroft's Brother
email : email@example.com
Other Literary Sites of Interest
The Arthur Conan Doyle Society
The Chronicles of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Official Agatha Christie Site
Dorothy L. Sayers Society
Margery Allingham Society
221B- Deutscher Sherlock Holmes Club
Danish Club Site - in Danish and English
Hounds of the Internet
Les Evadés de Dartmoor
San Francisco Sherlockian Societies Home Page
Sherlock Holmes Society of Australia e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sherlock Holmes Society of Western Australia e-mail: email@example.com
Sherlock Holmes Society of France
The Sherlock Holmes Society of Melbourne e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Baker Street Dozen e-mail: email@example.com
The Capers (Cape May, New Jersey)
The Common Loafers (Malaysia)
The Cremona Fiddlers of Williamsburg
The Crew of the Barque Lone Star
The Diogenes Club of Dallas
The Florentine Holmes
The Franco-Midland Hardware Company
The Harpooners of the Sea Unicorn
The John Openshaw Society
The Irregular Special Railway Company
The Mini-Tonga Society
Mycroft's Brother e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Shoso-in Bulletin, based in Japan
The Sound Of The Baskervilles, a scion society of The Baker Street Irregulars, is a Sherlock Holmes club that has been meeting monthly since March 31, 1980.
The Strand's Sherlockian Society
The Sydney Passengers e-mail: email@example.com
The Three Pipe Problems of Nashville
The Wandering Gypsies (Alabama)
White Rose Irregulars (York, Pennsylvania)
Transcriptions of public domain works, audiobooks etc.
221b Baker Street
Arthur Conan Doyle Electronic texts
Concordances of Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes Resources
Click here for Free e-books, formatted for the free Microsoft E-book reader.
Sherlock Holmes Museum - Antikvariat Pinkerton
Sherlock Holmes Collection at Marylebone Library (The Society help set this up)
Sherlock-Holmes Museum - Meiringen (The Society is patron of this museum)
The Philatic Sherlock Holmes Sherlock Holmes on stamps
Vancouver Museum Sherlock Holmes display